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Refuge Acupuncture and Wellness: Nurturing Life

 
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Modalities used at our Clinic

  • Acupuncture- energetic and physiological stimulation

  • Tuina- loosening and freeing the whole body

  • Moxibustion- heating and warming 

  • Cupping- moving deeper stagnation 

  • Gua Sha- moving shallower stagnation

 

Pricing

Cash Prices

Initial Treatment (includes intake and first treatment): $100
Follow-up treatments: $100
Follow-up Prepaid Packages:
4 prepaid treatments for $360 ($10 off per session)
8 prepaid treatments for $680 ($15 off per session)

Insurance Plans We're Accepting

HPHC

Allways

UHC

Aetna

BCBS

Tufts

Commonwealth Care Alliance

If your interested in using your insurance please email us so we can verify your benifits

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Aaron Wickenheiser LAc.

Owner/Acupuncturist

Aaron received his acupuncture License from the Board of Registry in Medicine here in the state of Massachusetts. He is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) as a Diplomat in Acupuncture.
His academic studies and clinical training in the field of East Asian Medicine was completed at the New England School of Acupuncture. With focuses being Orthopedic Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese methods and the more subtle Japanese methods.
He enjoys treating a wide range of ailments including orthopedic musculo-skeletal pain, pediatric complaints, internal organ derived problems and infertility. In addition, he has done further training focusing on pregnancy health and easy labor. He treats his patients with many modalities which may including tuina (style of Chinese body work), electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, gua sha and Chinese nutritional counseling.
He comes to the practice of acupuncture from a life-long practice of contemplative study. He has been a long time Buddhist mediator and practitioner of energy movement arts such as Tai Chi and Qi Gong. The study of how to find harmony between the mind, body and energy has been a constant drive.
When not treating in the clinic Aaron enjoys spending time with his wife, little daughter and baby son, exploring natural and wild areas and building and making things with his hands.